Students work individually on computers, but have an associated group of 4-5. This activity is best performed on laptops (students can work in pairs if not everyone has a laptop) or in a computer lab.
Part A (20-30 minutes): Explore the EPA’s Water website (links above). Look at what the EPA recommends as individual actions to protect water and what collective actions are proposed (both in the form of regulations and incentive programs).
Consider one of the human impacts to campus watersheds that have been discussed in this module. Using information and arguments from the readings, website, PowerPoint, and class discussions, answer the following questions:
Part B (next class period or latter half of class): Use your computer to create a presentation of your answers to these questions to be presented to your group during the next class period (or at the end of class, depending on how long class lasts).Advanced Activity Evaluating Human Dimension Caring Technology
This is a "Key Objectives" of the Human Impacts to Rivers and Streams ModuleIntermediate Applying Integration
This is a "Key Objective" of the Human Impacts to Rivers and Streams ModuleIntermediate Understanding Integration
This is a "Supplemental Objective" of the Human Impacts to Rivers and Streams ModuleIntroductory Remembering Foundational Knowledge
This is a "Supplemental Objective" of the Human Impacts to Rivers and Streams ModuleAdvanced Creating Application